jedavu:

130 Suspended Toy Guns Form a Map of the USA
And 
 the assault rifle made up of 1200 ping pong balls…

Created by Michael Murphy

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prettybooks:

#BookADayUK / The book that made you question everythingOkay, not everything. It just felt strange to think that The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy device is really just an early version of reading Wikipedia on a Kindle.

prettybooks:

#BookADayUK / The book that made you question everything
Okay, not everything. It just felt strange to think that The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy device is really just an early version of reading Wikipedia on a Kindle.

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thygeek:

Workstation #101

thygeek:

Workstation #101

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thepostermovement:

Kill Bill by Gianmarco Magnani

thepostermovement:

Kill Bill by Gianmarco Magnani

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artchipel:

Pejac

Vandal-ism, Rue Edouard Manet Paris 13
Wallcanvas, Tribute to Lucio Fontana

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"All writing is angles. Everyone has the same pool table -reality and facts- to play with".
Caitlin Moran

hyperallergic:

(via Artists’ Mannequins Through the Centuries)
Gustave Courbet claimed to paint only “real and existing things,” yet an 1864 photograph of his studio suggests otherwise. In it, a life-sized female effigy sits propped against the wall. Not even Courbet — who vibrantly captured the flushed cheeks of high-society Frenchwomen — could do without the reliable artifice that is the artist’s mannequin, now the subject of an intriguing exhibition opening October 14 at Cambridge University’s Fitzwilliam Museum.
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hyperallergic:

(via Artists’ Mannequins Through the Centuries)

Gustave Courbet claimed to paint only “real and existing things,” yet an 1864 photograph of his studio suggests otherwise. In it, a life-sized female effigy sits propped against the wall. Not even Courbet — who vibrantly captured the flushed cheeks of high-society Frenchwomen — could do without the reliable artifice that is the artist’s mannequin, now the subject of an intriguing exhibition opening October 14 at Cambridge University’s Fitzwilliam Museum.

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